Companies motivated to do a lot of work in philanthropic endeavors deserve to be acknowledged. QNet is one such enterprise. The India Education Diary reveals some of the initiatives QNet has been involved with. Recently, the company’s corporate social responsibility ventures have focused on providing clean drinking water to schools in rural areas. The Government Primary School, Sriram Nagar, is going to benefit from a joint venture between QNet and Lions Clubs. The venture intends to financially support a new water storage facility at the school.
QNet is hardly a small company. Calling QNet a super-company in the direct selling industry would not be overstating anything. With representatives locating and operating in about 100 countries, QNet is clearly one of the biggest of all the direct sellers on the planet. 25 offices in 25 countries further attests to this fact.
A host of reasons exist why QNet has been so successful. QNet’s variety of products and services the company offers definitely helps improve the chances of success. A wide range of products and services helps attract great numbers of motivated entrepreneurs to QNet. Of course, the wide variety of products and services help attract a lot of customers. Since direct selling is not multilevel marketing and has no requirements in place to build a massive down-line, the items sold by the company have to be interesting to customers.
QNet has also done a wonderful job with its various corporate responsibility initiatives. In India, QNet (sometimes with the previously mentioned partner Lions Clubs) has done a lot of charity work and helped many people in need. The company has reaped significant benefits from its philanthropic endeavors. The company’s brand is one associated with positive pursuits.
The initiative in Sriram Nagar could help upwards of 800 students receive access to drinking water. The program also strives to improve sanitation and hygiene which, in turn, produces healthier and safer living environments. As a member of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) Network, QNet is always working on developing new and helping corporate responsibility programs.